The Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) Mentorship Program provides industry-specific training and interest-specific mentorship to assist the beef industry into the future.
A small, robust not-for-profit organization that seeks to effectively and efficiently connect newcomer professionals with strategies designed to lead to successful employment outcomes.
Mentorship for Integration is a volunteer-based program that matches skilled newcomers with local professionals who share a similar employment background. The program provides immigrant participants with the necessary connections, information, and cross-cultural understanding to ease their transition into the Canadian workplace, and secure sustainable employment in a profession that matches their education, experience, and expertise.
At the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA), we understand that mentoring to take on a much wider scope. Career development is at the core of mentoring, and the transfer of knowledge is a two-way street between individuals engaged in a mentoring partnership.
The Art Mentorship Society of Alberta (AMSA) is a non-profit art wellness organization that provides crucial access points for emerging artists in Edmonton, Alberta.
Using such strategies as collegial support, reflective practice and collaborative learning, the program provides protégés and mentors with opportunities for professional growth and development.
The Mentorship Program matches Established and Senior Level museum professionals as Mentors with their Emerging and Mid-Career peers as Mentees.
Matching trained, professional and skilled individuals that have the experience and willingness to share that with immigrants who are looking for employment or have been recently hired.
Alberta Wheat Commission and Alberta Barley have launched the AdvancingAg Future Leaders program. This opportunity is designed to inspire future farm leaders through leadership and hands-on mentorship experience.